Bridget Holloman, Ed.D.
Dr. Bridget Holloman, a native of Peekskill, NY, has been an educator in the district where she was raised, Peekskill, for well over 20 years. Bridget has taught Pre-Kindergarten, kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. She often loops with a cohort of students, better known as scholars, as she believes having the scholars for two consecutive years allows her to develop the fundamental skills needed for future scholar success! Most recently, Dr. Holloman has been selected as the district’s Parent-Family-Community Liaison. Her philosophy is to develop the whole child; all participants in the scholar's life must be involved. Step one is getting the child’s parents or guardians to buy into the mindset that “academic excellence is the standard”!
Dr. Holloman has an innate calling in her life to be actively involved in the education profession, not only in teaching scholars but in family and community. The words that best describe Dr. Bridget Holloman are passion, perseverance, and commitment.
Dr. Holloman holds many degrees; a BA in Sociology from Binghamton University, an MA in Early Childhood Education from Norfolk University, an MEd in Leadership from Bank Street College of Education, and an EdD in Educational Leadership Administration and Policy from Fordham University. She enjoys reading, traveling, shopping, exercising, eating (salad), and spending time with her friends and family in her free time.
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